EGR-2990H - Honors Seminar in Engineering

A seminar course that introduces emerging issues in science, engineering, technology, and mathematics. This semester's course covers the emerging technologies in the nanoscale range. Nanotechnology impacts virtually every discipline including biology, chemistry, physics, computational science, and engineering. The government has put into place high-level initiatives to ensure that the nanotechnologies' breathtaking promises can be realized to enhance innovation, economic, and environmental benefits. A high-caliber college-level education is crucial to this effort and an introduction to this topic will benefit the STEM student in his or her further studies. This course will consist of students' and invited guests' in-depth presentations that will bring to the class the latest investigations and findings in nanotechnology.
Academic Level
Undergraduate Level
Subject
Engineering
Department
Physical Sci and Engineering
Credits
1
Prerequisites
Corequisites
None
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